Multicultural Australia is a proud founding member of the Queensland Community Alliance – 38 civil society organisations including faith, community groups, unions and ethnic associations working together to build a fair and compassionate Queensland for the common good.
Representing almost two million Queenslanders, the Alliance has listened to thousands of stories from our communities and created a courageous, community-led vision – a Maroonprint for Queensland.
This Monday, 14 September, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Leader of the Opposition Deb Frecklington will be joining the Alliance for a huge online Community Assembly.
They will respond directly to our vision for a Queensland where all people are welcomed and included, where our jobs are secure and where we care for each other. You can read the Alliance’s 2020 Election Policy Proposals here.
- What: Queensland Community Alliance ‘Maroonprint’ Election Assembly, with Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington
- When: Monday 14 September, 6:30-8:30pm
- Where: Online via Zoom – RSVP for the link to join!
The Community Assembly is open to all Queenslanders and is a chance for each one of us to be part of building a better future together.
The Multicultural Australia community will be showing up for this very important moment and we hope to see you there.